With a thirst for an inside story and a longer look into Indigenous history, we join the experts to find our about loving our local heritage.
We are increasingly becoming tourists in our own backyards, wanting to experience local stories. We want to know more about local heritage and our Indigenous culture.
Aboriginal environmental knowledge and knowledge of the places that make up the fabric our daily lives is becoming easier to access through Indigenous cultural tourism experiences. Hear about the work of industry leaders, The Black Card as they navigate the landscape.
Some of our strongest memories, impacting the way we live today, include flooding events. Hear about the ways Brisbane as we know it today has been influenced by major events of the past, environmental and social.
Hear more about the social history of the colony of Brisbane, and the archaeological finds discovered in Cross River Rail excavations. Knowing these stories becomes a key part of how we experience Brisbane.
Join us online or in the studio…
Cameron Harvey, Qld Regional Manager, Niche Environment & Heritage
Mundanara Bayles, Managing Director, The Black Card
Thom Blake, Historian
Margaret Cook, Lecturer in History, Sunshine Coast University
Chair: Loretta Ryan, ABC Brisbane radio Presenter
Event image credit Amee Catt 2019